Man Robbed on His way from Night Vigil

A man from Kagiso at Chief Mogale has laid a complaint of robbery at Kagiso SAPS on Monday 2021-08-09.
The victim was allegedly robbed at about 03:15 on his way home from a night vigil in the area.
Kagiso Police wish to state that as much as is the victim’s basic right to report crime, he should have complied with Disaster Management Act of 2020 (DMA lockdown regulations and a curfew.
According to the Disaster Management Act of 2020 : night vigils, after tears, social gatherings of any kind, (including political) are prohibited until further notice by the relevant institution. Further than that, a curfew starts from 21:00 pm until 04:00 am.
Kagiso Police are very concern about people defying lockdown regulations which are meant to protect their wellbeing. More and more people are arrested and charged under DMA for defying an order to be in their residential places after 21:00.
“Police are disappointed and equally concerned that some are likely to lose their jobs as they are caught driving under the influence of alcohol. Apart from that, even a meer arrest for defiance of a curfew can cause some damage to your reputation, making it uneasy to secure employment” warned the station commander of Kagiso Police Brigadier Themba Maduna.
Kagiso Police are therefore urging residents to refrain from being part of lawlessness, especially our Youth which still have a lot awaiting for them in future.
Police have got an obligation to investigate, arrest and charge, but we urge our public to act responsibly so that we can together fight crime.
Kagiso SAPS Communications
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In another instance two male suspects aged 31 and 36 years old were arrested for possession of unlicensed firearm and ammunitions in Magaliesburg on 2021-08-09 at 23:40pm.
The Magaliesburg police
Reacted to a scene of business robbery at one of the petrol station in Magaliesburg on Monday 2021-08-09 at 22:10. On arrival at the scene, the police were informed about the white Nissan NP200 that was used by the suspects during business robbery and the search was immediately launched.
At about 23:40, a vehicle that matched the description was spotted stationary at Ga-mogale informal settlement where two occupants were searched and firearm and ammunitions were recovered.
The police eagerness to get hold of the suspects went on where they spotted a suspicious charcoal Nissan almera in the vicinity of a robbed garage. However ,suspects had abandoned the vehicle and fled into the bush when the police approached the vehicle.
Investigations are underway to determine the arrested suspects involvement in business robbery.Two vehicles and two cellphones were confiscated for further investigations.
Magaliesburg station commander Lieutenant Colonel Vuma thanked and praised members for their swift response and hard work which led to a successful apprehension of suspects.”Criminals must feel our presence and refrain from their acts, we will continue to give them a hard time in Magaliesburg policing precinct”. He warned.
All arrested suspects will appear in Krugersdorp Magistrate court soon.